I have a 1996 Ford F-150 XLT and most of the time the passenger side window wont respond to either the driver side switch or the passenger one, but every now and then it does, whats up??
I have a 1996 Ford F-150 XLT and most of the time the passenger side window wont
respond to either the driver side switch or the passenger one, but every now and then it
does, whats up??
Either the motor is bad in the door or there is a loose connection from the drivers side door to the passenger side. Power passes through the drivers side door to the other doors.
could it be the switch in the doors?
Obtain a volt meter. Remove the passenger side inside door panel. Locate the button that controls the window. Check there, you should have 12 volts. If you have voltage, check you have voltage coming from that switch to the motor inside the door. If you have no voltage when the button is pressed, the switch is bad if you have voltage coming into the switch. If you have voltage going to the window motor, then the motor is bad.
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